Self Assembling Robots

Robots that can merge, split, jump and interact as one giant super-organism are a cause of excitement for hardware and software designers, who are researching ways to program networks of robots to perform large or complex tasks. 

Where we are

Robots that can merge, split, jump and interact as one giant super-organism are a cause of excitement for hardware and software designers, who are researching ways to program networks of robots to perform large or complex tasks.

Where we’re going

Solutions posed by next-generation hive technology is an example of how robots of all sizes, shapes, intelligence and abilities could work together, but autonomously. Black Mirror’s scenario of robotic honey bees pollinating crops is on the horizon.

How to think about it

Identify unique problems and link individual robots from multiple providers for integrated solutions. Or go full stack and build specific robots that solve specific problems plus combine into larger wholes.

Signals

Mit’s New Robot Blocks Self-assemble Just Like A Transformer

Mit’s Fleet Of Autonomous Boats Can Now Shapeshift

Researchers Develop Modular Bots That Combine To Form A Single Flexible Machine

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